Born in Santiago de Chile, I studied Medicine and Biology in Switzerland. I first focused on basic research working in cell signaling and gene regulation before changing to a clinical diagnostic laboratory. In this setting, I found the ideal environment to combine my skills, expertise and interests at the interface of medicine and biology. I joined the field of Flow Cytometry in 2008 and have been active ever since in co-organizing educational and scientific activities for the Swiss Cytometry Society, teaching clinical flow cytometry at national and international courses and workshops, and have teaching commitments at national schools and university.
I'm an Italian Medical Doctor with a passion for translational research, working as Associate Professor in Immunology at the University of Milan, Humanitas Clinical and Research Center.
Born on December 12, 1956 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. PhD graduation in 1989. Registered as Immunologist in 1991. From 1989 on employed as the Head of the Unit for Flow Cytometric Immunophenotyping of the Central Hematology Laboratory at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Born on August 5, 1969 in Rome, Italy. Associate Professor of Hematology at the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". In charge of the “Molecular treatment of Acute Leukemia” Unit and of the Morphology and Flow Cytometry section of the Hematology Laboratory directed by Prof. Francesco Lo Coco.
Born and raised in Greece. Received my Bsc in Biology from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA in 1990 and my Ph.D in Immunology from the Aristotelian University in Thessaloniki, Greece in 2000.
Originally from the west coast of Sweden, I moved to Britain after my University degree (Immunology) and obtained my PhD from Imperial College, London. Academia was nice, however I found it interesting to work in a more direct health care setting, and so after graduation I moved to work as a Clinical Scientist with Prof Marion Macey at Bart’s and The London. In 2009 I took up the offer to set up a flow cytometry laboratory at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, where I still am working.
Head of Flow Cytometry Laboratory Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion Clinical Department Prague, Czech Republic